Here’s another case of so-called anti-Muslim hate graffiti, this time on the construction site of a new mosque going up in Queens County, NY. It employs the kind of pidgin English graffiti that is always followed by the “Islamophobia” victim card, designed to get sympathy from a sharia-compliant media which will blow this story all out of proportion.
Queens Press According to police, the graffiti included the words “Mosque,” “911,” and “terr” [sic] and were found on multiple locations on the construction site in Queens Village.
Police opened an investigation into the incident after being notified of the graffiti on Friday evening. The construction site is owned by the Islamic Foundation of New York.
Albert Fox Cahn, the legal director for New York’s branch of designated terrorist group CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations), said that the Queens Village incident fits in with a larger pattern of (rarely, if ever, solved) anti-Muslim actions across the nation.
“In the last two years, we’ve seen a tenfold increase in anti-Muslim actions, which include hate crimes mainly consisting of graffiti or verbal exchanges, discrimination, and harassment,” Cahn said. In particular, Cahn said, there has been a notable increase in anti-mosque vandalism as well as heightened opposition to the construction of new mosques.
Cahn pointed to President Donald Trump to explain the trend. “We can’t ignore the fact that we have a president who is normalizing anti-Muslim rhetoric,” Cahn said. (No, he’s not normalizing it, he just removed the political correctness stamp – started under Obama – that scared people from expressing their opinions about Islam)
Ibrahim Hooper, designated terrorist group CAIR’s national communications director, also singled out Trump as emboldening a new generation of “white supremacists.” (So says Ibrahim ‘Dougie’ Hooper, a whiter-than-white convert to Islam who is a Muslim supremacist)
“Previously, bigotry and hate were toward the fringe of society, but Trump and his rhetoric and his policies have mainstreamed white supremacy,” Hooper said.